Polypal storage at Grant and Stone

Published:  16 February, 2012

HIGH WYCOMBE: Display and storage system supplier, Polypal kitted out the Grant & Stone trade counter in High Wycombe with wall and low level gondolas, pallet racking, a mezzanine safety gate and innovative pigeon hole racking that is designed to hold large stocks of lengthy material within a minimum footprint.

Elsewhere on the site, which has seen Grant & Stone convert a number of existing buildings as part of the relocation project, Polypal racking - including A-frame, pallet racking and cantilever racking - is located at key positions to house a range of materials from timber boards to plastic pipe-work.

"Through our involvement with the National Buying Group, we were aware of Polypal's involvement in this sector and were able to speak to a number of organisations who already gain from the company's expertise and systems," said Darren House, Grant & Stone marketing and design manager.

"This, linked to the company's extensive knowledge, design capability and, of course, price competitiveness, made the decision to appoint Polypal for a large element of the storage and display installations clear cut," he said.

"The full trade counter fit-out took just four days, with a similar time-frame required for Polypal's involvement in other areas of the yard. As a result, we believe we now have a larger, more efficient and extremely versatile facility - to the benefit of both our trade and DIY customers in the area."

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